Tag Archives: Scrum Teams

15 Useful Pacts for Agile Teams: An Agile Team Creed

The Agile Manifesto values “Individuals and Interactions” over “Process and Tools.”  I suspect it was no accident that this was listed first.  Lack of communication, miscommunication, or the mistaken presumption that communication has occurred, are the root cause of many … Continue reading

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Super-Sized Agile

Guest post by Bob Schatz of Agile Infusion, LLC The interest in expanding agile development practices is growing at an increasingly faster rate. The good news is that this indicates that companies are seeing positive results in their initial experiences … Continue reading

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Encapsulating Value Streams and the Object Oriented Enterprise

Guest post by Mike Cottmeyer of LeadingAgile When you get right down to it, a Scrum team is fundamentally a container designed to encapsulate the entire product delivery value stream into a single workgroup. The value stream associated with software … Continue reading

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